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I am not a developer as of yet. I am not associated with AOKP and do not take credit for anything. These will be my own personal builds with cherry picks here and there if I see something interesting. I'm simply sharing because I want to. I will build and release as I see interesting things merged or that can be cherry picked. If you see something in the gerrit you want cherry picked let me know and i'll see about including it.


Installation:

  • Back-up
  • Wipe data/cache
  • Wipe system
  • Flash Rom
  • Flash Gapps
  • Reboot


Changelog:

Updated - Built 8-31-14 Repo Sync 8-31-14 Boots take a Century -- You've been warned


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None This Time


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Niiiiiiiiiiice.. cant wait to see what this is about. thank you.
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Thanks! Been waiting for this.
 
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Sweet! I literally just Odin'd my phone back to stock to do a super clean flash of a ROM and I see this. Guess this is gonna be my first one of many flashes this time around...

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Running smooth as silk with no hiccups yet. Might have found my daily driver for a while. And that's hard for me to do because I'm a flash addict. I do have a question though, will BMS play nicely with this ROM? If not, what will?
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Sweet! I literally just Odin'd my phone back to stock to do a super clean flash of a ROM and I see this. Guess this is gonna be my first one of many flashes this time around...

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Running smooth as silk with no hiccups yet. Might have found my daily driver for a while. And that's hard for me to do because I'm a flash addict. I do have a question though, will BMS play nicely with this ROM? If not, what will?
Should be fine as long as BMS has a version for 4.4.2. Try it out and report back.

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Should be fine as long as BMS has a version for 4.4.2. Try it out and report back.

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Decided to go ahead and give it a try, it installs fine, but gives constant reboots. The ROM has ran flawless ALL day up until then, so I'm guessing it was that. I was really hoping it played nice because I love the battery life that it gives. Looks like I'm on the hunt for a stable kernel.
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Decided to go ahead and give it a try, it installs fine, but gives constant reboots. The ROM has ran flawless ALL day up until then, so I'm guessing it was that. I was really hoping it played nice because I love the battery life that it gives. Looks like I'm on the hunt for a stable kernel.
Did you wipe dalvik/cache after flashing? Is the the kernel overclocked? If so try turning the clock down a few steps.

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Agreed. You should always wipe dalvik before you flash a different kernel. Any of the KitKat kernels should be fine. I'm on ktoonz but have used dkp and BMS in the past with no issues. Not on this rom but it shouldn't matter.

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Yes, I always wipe before flashing a kernel. It was overclocked, and I did turn it down, I might try again tonight. Might give Ktoonz a try also.

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Any way you can give us a quick idea of what things you cherry picked. I don't see anything in the OP about it. Sorry if I missed something, just curious what this has over the official AOKP nightlies?

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